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Cranston, William (c. 1513–1562), logician, is first recorded at Paris, where he became a regent in arts and then rector of the university. He later returned to his native Scotland, to the University of St Andrews, where he was provost of St Salvator's College...

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Seton, John (1508/9–1567), Roman Catholic priest and writer on logic, is of unknown origins and parentage. Although his tombstone in Rome recorded that he died in 1567 at the age of seventy, he himself testified in 1551 that he was forty-two years of age. This accords better with the fact that he graduated BA from ...